Q: I want to replace a muffler

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I want to install a 2" inlet diameter and 3.5 outlet On my subaru 2007 1.5l R

My car has 87000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there:

Unfortunately, installing aftermarket upgrades to OEM vehicles is not a service we currently offer. However, you might want to contact a company like Magnaflow and ask them about the size applications best suited for your 2007 Subaru Impreza. Good luck!

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Hello. Installing a larger muffler like this would be fine for this car. If you are looking for more performance also then you should also get the piping changed to a larger diameter pipe. You have many options when it comes to the muffler as they can have different tones. You should have this work done by an exhaust shop.

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